Popular Culture Like Cryptocurrency as  Eminem Raps about Bitcoin
Popular Culture Like Cryptocurrency as Eminem Raps about Bitcoin

A new Eminem song, “Not sure” in Spotify, is a series of cumulative observations describing contemporary life “Everybody’s doing bitcoin”.

The song, which foresees the widespread use of kuffur and references to violence, is one of numerous references to crypto currency in modern culture.

Eminem is not the first rapper to refer to bitcoin. In 2014, Toby + Decap wrote a song, “Welcome to Block Block,” which says, “Make money and make money”. The song said that the value of inflation is a tax money and that it criticizes partial reserve banking and said, “My Param is borrowed.” She has to pay back a hundred percent.

Rappers is not the only artist to notice bitcoin today.

Hollywood Film Plan
Cryptocurrency is expected to gain the most visibility with Gilmore Girls and Kurt Russell’s “Hollywood” Crypto, played by Alexis Bledel, who is interested in money laundering. Filmin conspiracy also includes computer hijacking and Internet security.

By the end of last year, when BitCoin gained huge gains, “Big Bang Theory”, part of the US TV show, geeky characters carried a bitcoin plot while trying to find the bitcoin they released a few years ago, as told in Yahoo. When they finally found a lost laptop, they found that BitCoin was downloaded to a flash drive on a missing key ring for a long time.


Musicians Take Lead
Musicians have been most interested in crypto currency for years.

Tatiana Moroz, a singer-songwriter, launched a coin called Tatianacoin last year with an album. Initially, Let’s Talk collected funds from Bitcoin with the help of Adam B. Levine and organized an ICO through CoinPowers. Its mission is to bring musicians and fans together using blockchain technology.

Country singer John Barrett called a person who “came to save the day” in honor of the legendary builder who saved “Otos to Satoshi” in 2016.

Naomi Brockwell wrote a song titled “Bitcoin Girl” based on Billy Joel’s “Uptown Girl” in 2016 and increased bitcoin awareness.

In 2012, singer Kryptina put a song on Kryptina’s song “Love You Like A Song” by Selena Gomez, titled “Love You Like Bitcoin”. The song pays off the virtues of bitcoin, including double spending and ciphering.

In 2015, the movie “Dope” about Malcolm tells us that BitCoin is the only currency to use. Character and friends are using bitcoin to get drugs.

Popular culture clearly reflects the growing awareness of the crypto currency.

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